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caaml hI«A «f AHA# rmptmslb}* for tA#
gniib of fell bold »l#r# M# fAfiAer
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PA ** in lii *ll* 4ralr4 tfeß fAtipi Wmu
Ay VonnsAli Hr iooA a rAaaar of
v(*ur Ui Judini lA«ol|i. *m waa «*
charg'd bee**** •&* pfMMWor **'
no* ready to prw'nt ht* **‘d*®c« In
TOOK THE FURNITURE.
Her ok Measure* to Prf*Wt Hts
Chicago Nor. I. Jam** Barneu
idr.pt ed heme measure* lo prornil
the aulrrlM** *4 bis sister Hurnlsy
ni«bt Jnet before the ceremony hr
attempted to move tb* furniture from
fele mother * home. Tb* ceremony
took piece, however, end • poltremwn
prevented Berne, from etrtpptni tbe
Yesterday before Jut'ice Martin he
contended tbet tbe household eßccte
belonged to blm end the! he had been
ordered to tenve borne, but tbe m*g
Ist rat* piece i suspended due of one
hundred dolls in over him. end warn
ed btm to k?ep ewejr from the family
reel den re
To Protect Awnings.
To protect awnings from storm*
when rolled up for a long time, a me
tallic shield has been patented, con
aieting of a sheet of steel attached to
the top of the window frame be
brackets, with the front hinged to
drop down over the awnings a» it
rolled up to prevent the moisture
from get 1 1 tig in.
t rJ i£o„ CANS?
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*s* We have Just Received a T
«0 Choice Selection of 2
V Rich Fme Fans V
t EXCLUSIVE A
V DESIGNS J
| Wa Mweiiert & Co., J
? * Jewelers.
UAV* IVWtNv 4HIHCV.
(hirgu <gw>n«t twtei MHu UngnM*
<V#«a AN* A —At tA# A**%lf #*f I
ilk# tw*Mff* •*##«■**l #• s» >*#*#• Al tA*
At 5 ® A U V. , A **• anrrAr AOA
RnMnMf***. **,l**4 VA** *AR AA#MTAAR™I’
drwwhen t'nttcd nt*t»* t> pt t mar
aflwst* wsae tn tbe babit as eta tbvttsi
•rrewttwg tbans bee drwvtkennraa se t
taking them right to IM mlloa Atom
tba atrwv i f tgetr armst far trial, as
the fees derived from tbs arrest and
r<a tlet toe as as Indian asve aboat |W
Oea Howard said that tadivtdwsl taai
bar gaater* were la tb* babtt of start
lag §rr* «c the property of tbe la* '
giaaa sad, as a eeaalt they purchased
tbe darted timber, nrblrh ta really as
vsluat.tr as tbe un. barred, aadsr tb*
lusty of tbe T'alted Btatee attb tbe
ladlaaa, at a |S !*■ reduction.
Oea. H ward said in part : When
It became fatly kaona that tb# lse*»«
tab* ladlaaa were bat • small hand of
tbe great Cbippeaa tribe sad that only
forty as them Joined ta tbe rebellion or
resistance ta tbe t atted State* sol
dier*. sad that tbe entire tribe aas at
perr as they bad been ever stare flrst
known to tbe white man tbar tb# al
iotment bad gone on and tbe mtastei>-
nrv work al WhUe Ranh, at Red lake,
at Bad River and other pedals, as ass
brought out by the reports of the mis
sionary sad others. It was felt that
there was tsalty no great cause for
dtsroaragsmeat from tbta course.
"But beyond this It was shown that
for more than twenty tve years these
Indians had been treated ta a way to
exasperate any people. Tbe fact* eun
rernlng the breaking of trestles and
the outrages perpetrated upon them
through this very source of political
appointments and political manage
ment, and tbe conduct of their affairs
by commissioners. Indian agents, pins
appraisers, deputy marshals and oth
er* nor with a view to the food of the
Indlln in any sense but to plunder,
for rewarding political service, for
making poiitlcgl capital—ln short, for
everything rather than the direct bene
fiting of the Indian Three facts wer*
Billy brought out and It was felt by all
present that they ought to be ventil
Prof. Oeorpa D Herron, of lowa
college, addressed a large audience at
Wliiard hall Tbs lecture was 'be sec
ond of a series on “Christian Scclsl
lsm,” given on Monday* under the aus
pices of the Chicago Christian Citixen
At the Central Y M. C. V every
seat in the auditorium was filled with
preachers and laymen anxious to hear
Prof. W. W. WhUe, the associate di
rector of Bible study at Moody Insti
tute, lecture on “The Control of the
Tropica.” Prof. White spent the last
eighteen months In India, and his talk
was a description of Ihe needs of the
people he met and how to evsngellxe
Place your order for fail suit with R.
J. Henry & Co., popular priced tailors.
THE SEA'AS MAIL CARRIER.
How the People of St. Kilda Send
The people cf St. Kilda never have
any trouble with their poatofflee de
partment. Every man is his own post
master and letter carrier.
He makes his own mail boat, which
Is a cheep's biadder fastened to a tir.y
roughly hew’n boat, with a cavity .or
1 the can containing the letter and a
‘-mall coin. The document Is thrown
into the sea, and, according to the
wind, comes up near the coast of the
Hebrides or Norway. Here the rude
ly carved “Please Open” is obeyed and
the letter properly mailed. Knur out
of six letters reach their destinations
! in t his curious manner. ‘
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At# to Ar A o#R !
CM Metis listened to tk- demsrtl.
TArt RlAilUr T*Rrt
must b# I fevered swd luxurious ap
srtmewt iw lbs dwuslgg teut. * *#w
poet*. stkllkg tbkt Ibis (wrticutsr met i
was lbs “peerlras gueew 4 tbe arstta.
better pent Is ton for tbe retluue of aer
vaut* each carried, aad a carriage to
and from tbe traia for tbe atar and
her cbeperooc They were promised
every! blag separately of rouraa, a®4
that sfteencoa's perft»rman«e was #e
nured ftut there wert twelve per
forms nee* a week Rr Ihe feet of tbe
season to be looked offer, aad perma
nent meaeurea were aereussry.
Tbe hnaa raarasmaa and tbe chief
of tbe properties were suntnsomd snd
'at once took a® account of ntcofc The
star am.be! was robbed of a dreasina
table that bad been tbe pride of tbe
rlrrua for yrare and hi* Joy for two
| season*. Tb* concert *t**c was die
. polled at three of Ha platform eec
; non*, and tbe canvas men worked all
.afternoon rigging up three canvas
dressing rooms that werr exactly alike
even U> the stltebea. Miss Hibson's
! mother wae told that her daughter
j wss certainly the best rider of the
three, end would have been billed as
the sol# star bad her contract been
; signed bofare tbs paper was printed,
i Miss Livingston wss visited by an
[txperlenttd diplomat who promiaed
|her a new “Strobrldge three sheet."
i and MU* Pavenpcrt's elderly sunt wss
mistaken for her charge whleh dis
qualified her complaints sos all time,
it is to be hoped. The three dressing
rooms were erected and the household
of each star established within rope*
lines. Tha crisis seemed to he over.
Miss Davenport added a smile of her
own to the ring expression which cir
cus tradit'en demands, and all was
serene end lovely.
There has been no further outbreak,
but Col, Sells Is still busy, devising
precautions. Every eligible man in the
circua has been privately warned to
smile not upon an equestrienne unless
he is prepared to furnish two of bis
peers to smile with oqual order, A
property msn has been detailed t<’ see
that Mias Hobson’s poodle and Miss
Livingston's Angora eat remain utter
stranger* and the chief veterinary
surgeon has been charged, as he value*
his position, to guard the health of
Mis* Davenport * pet monkey.
Hostilities are suspended for the
present, but how long white-winged
peace will reign in the camp I* what
keep* Col. Sells and Arenic Manager
Melville awake o’nfghts.
Discovered By a Woman.
Another great discovery has been
made and that, teo, by a !ady in this
country. ''Disease fastened its touches
upon her and for seven years she with
stood its severest tests, but her vital
organ* were undermined, and death
seemed imminent. For three months
she coughed incessantly, and could not
sleep. Bhe finally discovered u way to
recovery hy purchasing of us a bottle
of Hr. King's New Discovery f,i r Con
sumption. Mild was so much relieved on
taking lirst dose, that sin- slept ull
night; »»d with two bottles Ms been
absolutely cured. Her name is Mrs.
Luther Luts.'' Thus writes W. C.
Hammick & Co.,- Shelby, N. C. Trial
bottles 10c. at Howard * Willet's Drug
Store. Regular sir-# **e and *I,OO. Rv
erv bottle guaranteed,
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DIED Off STMIET C *U.
flw sm4Mm Praia # a CAA4 Ia
< btcwgn Nor t Wbew Ilfs KC.
tVckbam of Topeka Kan started to
Chicago with i#r seven-week* old
balMr, taellne. ib# tbU4 *l' stlgbfly
' Indfisfcwed On tbe tn>n 4? Infant
twcmr* ariotisly 111 •tsl tt'' motber
w*t hed pntWwtly for the fliet
igtlmpae of tbn c(fy. When tl» l*olk
i street atatloo was reached. It »»*
plain that the baby «•» soMerlag
from whooping rough. Mrs. IVkhsm
carefully wrapped bee tiny burden la
warmeat wrapt and banned to a
North Oath street car which would
take her to tbe so<-p of Dr. Mania,
on Onario street Wht'e the car
moved towards the physician s reel
, deace. the baby bname quiet Tbe
<o»shln* <• seed and tbe mother held
its baby rlose to bee, rocking It gmt
iy ao as to sooth* Its quiet slumber
The car stopped, Mr*. Pechbaut atep
| -sd oil and lifting the infant'* wrap
looked at tb* little fare, leellne wns
stilt sound a»te*q>. but ah* teas so mo
jtloaleae that tbe mother woa frighten-
Sbe hastened to the physician, but
It was too bite. Tbe baby waa
Fresh Buckwheat just
received at F. J. Doris.
Yellow Jaentlce Cured.
; Huffcrtng humanity should he siiii
-1 plied with every means p<>*stld* for its
I relief. It Is with pleasure we putdlKh
the following: “This is to certify that
: I was a terrible sufferer front Yellow
j Jaundice for over si* months, and #t<
treated by some of th»* beat physicians
In our city and all to no avail. lm. Bell,
our druggist, recommended Electric
Hitter*; und after taking two le>lties, I
waa entirely cured. I now take great
pleasure In recommending them to any
person suffering from this terrible mal
ady. I am gratefully your*. M. A. Ho
gaity, Lexington. Ky." Hold by How
ard A Wlllel, druggist*.
PLENTY OF CANUIDATES.
Plenty of People Want to Be Oovernor
Denver. CcJ,. Nov. 3.'— Ten state
| tickets have been placed In the field
hy the vgrlouy, political factions In the
There are fajnr candidates for Gov
ernor. Charles Thomas, democrat,
heads the democratic-people’* party;
Teller, silver nspubllcan, natlon-'l pop
ulists. and liberty union tickets; H.
R. Wolcott, republican, silver repub
lican (anti-Teller), and western re
publican ticket*. The other two
candidates for governor are Robt. H.
Rose, prohibition, and Nixon Elliott,
socialist-labor. The middle of the
road populists will have no ticket, the.
court having decided ut Ihe last mo
ment that the party has no standing.
There ate ten state tickets; for can
didates for governor.
The Best Plaster.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on
to !hr affected parts Is superior to any
plaster. When troubled with pain, in
tip. chest or side, or a lame hack, give
it a trial. You are certain to be more
than pleased with the prompt relief
which It affords. Pain Halm Is also a
certain cure for rheumatism. For sale
by Alexander Drug and See Co., C. It.
Purr of Hell 1 Tower Drug Co.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit
and Qraham Flour at E. J.
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«a4a mm ®u®* t«r fA# fumr# Alt A iAr
rtftiMkn IAaI 1 A$W lAr araaaa
(s Hi' road I have m* arrangement#
about nsec‘lag anybody *• « »*" them
all a ehaoc'* before I weal oat. My
asuary t* row ap Y«n t*» *ay »bat i
am open to any heavy weight that
dries blwaetf l»> tw tbe bast man I*
~ljtt tbe heavy Weight* light among
tbewmalvea and pro** whhb la the
beet man and then I will meet him aad
am willing to make * match ai any
time for liu.ibd a able radsusiaad
that I am ant pan making ibis chal
lenge. bat It bn* Mood before I went
out on tbs road aad will stand as long
aa I am on the road or st any tigs or
I - a **
"•T” Cuff's |
In Venice not long ngo a lottery
drawing gave rla# to tbe opening of
j c»Ans in order ibat tbe sign of a
lucky number might be d* lecled .u
j thr eye or on tbe lip* of tbe corpse
Shrouds duety and covered with mold
were examined for trgees of writing
' ibat might lend to the soiigbt-for
! knowledge and Infants were cloaely In
spected for birthmark* that would re
l veal the secret, while It Is said that la
dle* of birth and education wore their
I dresses with the Inside turned out in
I order to propitiate the god of the
wheel. In Naples a begging monk w ta
fallen on hy two footpads, who inslst
| that he should tell them the lucky
number and on hi* assurance that he
I was net able to do so they beat him so
| severely that be afterward died In a
| hospital. These expedient* to steal the
secret of fortune display so ranch In
genuity that It would seem as If their
practitioners might without much
trouble make mure meuey In other
The horrible wire sblrt was a fa
vorite form or torture frequently ex
erted for the benefit of evildoers in
Chinn during the last century and It I*
said has been revived. The wire shirt
Is n piece of wire netting, with a
mesh about an inch across, This is
placed under the victim's arms and
tightly fixed round his body, so tight
ly as to cause Ihe wire to cut into his
flesh, which Is squeezed through each
separate interstice until the skin pro
jects a quarter of an inch or so out
side the wire. Thus prepared, the vic
tim I* adjured regarding his treach
ery. or offense, whatever it may he,
and he is then shaved with a Rharp
knife, the blade bemg drawn close
over the wire in all directions. After
the operation is completed the miser
able wretch is released, a writhing
mass of flesh wounds, which arc speed
ily settled cn hy the flics and other
Insect*. The victim rarely indeed,
hardly ever, recovers. Cases have been
known in which salt or tea dust has
him rubbed Into the fresh-cut flesh.
| There Is little doubt but that,
should the secret societies ever suc
ceed in bringing about a successful
revolution In China, the land would
speedily be given over to a repeti
tion of the horrors which were so
common during the earlier Moliamm
(■daft rising of the JRst cettlup';
Place your order at opcCj-anit;avoid
rush, floods cheaper than ever. E. J.
Henry *>Co.. popular priced .tailors. 21#
a.ud 21# Campbell street.
WE TRY TO MAKE
Of OUR CUSTOMERS!
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J. B WRITE ICB. CMiib Dtpirimi
The uMktrn <hdnj|ri R irfd*t»*r 'tight In wy*
Mil the vrittfcwn of milling rtgNMfi ghoul your liomm
Inc amid tomlort
Eou«h l umber .... $7 00 to >K) 00 pet KIOO II
Ikevve# lumber .. $7,110 In 00 - *• "
V> 2 Pwt sfungkv $1 SO per 1000
Ho. I " ** $2-Ml ” ”
Dr gum Cypres* *• *'
Vitmtov* glaw. lotlt, hmgrt. doors vgvh. Wind*,
and gnv ltod of tfwogl twodwoA «t Rlrgclive grim.
>our orders will receive prompt gHeidtoo -bo
matter how mull or Urge.
CItAS. F DtiitN, Mgnggrr
Will You Get Left?
There is but one looked-for condition th £
fall in regard to business and that is a most
healthy one. and those who are preparing for
it are the people who will reap tne harvest and
all the others will get left. We have gathered
from all the renowned centers immense quan
tities of desirable up-to-date goods running
mostly to novelties in
China, Pottery and Glassware.
They are yours to own at right prices if you
BUSH’S CRYSTAL PALACE
809 BROAD STREET.
We have a few more of our ’9B
Wheels that we will close out at special
prices from $lB to SSO.
We also have a few second-hand
Wheels that you take from $1 I to $25.
The above Wheels must go to
make room for our '99 stock.
We do all kinds of repairing at
right prices and guarantee our work.
We have most complete line of
Sundries and repair parts in the city.
Come and see our Heaters to heat
water for the Bath Tub.
DEVENEY, HOOD & CO.
WE ARE ALWAYS BUSY
Supplying choice graded ol Lumber to
Builders and Contractors. Prompt In
the delivery ol all orders, and lur*
nidiing nothing not fully up to grade
I ectory and Saw Mill equipped with
latest improvements, and organiza
tion thorough in every department.
Prices, Catalogues, Etc., upon ap
DOORS, SASH & BLINDS
Pertins Maußfactirat Company,